Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Proximus reports full-year results; Storm Emma wreaks havoc with Irish telecom; Virgin Media cleared for potential healthcare role.
This week in our WiC roundup: The best cities for women in tech in 2018; biotech, AI and cryptocurrency need women on the ground floor; MWC lacks women; and more.
GSMA's giant show reports its first decline in attendee numbers in about nine years, but what does that tell us about the industry and the event?
Two companies with history as industry disruptors come together into a more powerful challenge, says GTT CEO Rick Calder.
The world's got a need for infrastructure, reflected in growing hyperscale capex investment and overall server sales.
In a special webinar next week, a panel of cable operators, vendors and analysts will look at where the commercial services market is heading and how cable can stay competitive in it.
CEO tells investment analysts the company is on or ahead of schedule and willing to aggressively invest to improve service.
Fourth-biggest US cable operator is now deploying both FTTH networks and, more quietly, DOCSIS 3.1 technology, to offer gigabit speeds to nearly 30% of its data subscribers.
Due to the lack of infrastructure and strong business foundation in emerging markets, developing ICT sectors face challenges.
China's biggest operator is set to begin a rollout of 5G based on standalone technology in 2020.
Russian operator is cutting headcount in its customer services division as it invests in new software tools.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia and Ericsson win big in Japan; regulator gets tough with UK broadband providers; du gets virtualized with Cisco.
Do these podcast guys never rest? No!!! Here's one direct from the MWC show floor in Barcelona, totally bossing it on 5G, IoT and AI, amongst other near-acronyms. De nada!
Apple uses archival Google's cloud services to power iCloud.
Low-powered IoT sensors can already be embedded in just about any object. At MWC, a company named BeWhere demonstrated how its sensors collect motion data.
The Norwegian telecom incumbent sheds further light on how automation and AI could help it to slash headcount and reduce costs.